Picture Post Part Six: The Ol’ Red, White, and Blue

Yesterday was July 4th, which is Independence Day for the United States.  In honor of that day and of my country, I present to you pictures with the theme of the colors America’s flag–red, white, and blue.  Enjoy and happy late Independence Day!

Long may she wave. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

Long may she wave.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

What a pretty gerbera daisy.  Gerbera daisies are some of my favorite flowers. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

What a pretty gerbera daisy. Gerbera daisies are some of my favorite flowers.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

Did you know that cherries technically belong to the rose family?  Mind = blown. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

Did you know that cherries technically belong to the rose family? Mind = blown.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

It's just a lady bug hanging out. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

It’s just a lady bug hanging out.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

Sunlight can do great things for pictures of delicate flowers. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

Sunlight can do great things for pictures of delicate flowers.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

A hawk soaring in a gorgeous blue sky.  Run little animals, run! Does anyone know what kind of hawk this is? Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

A hawk soaring in a gorgeous blue sky. Run little animals, run! Does anyone know what kind of hawk this is?
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

What a pretty blue flower. I don't know what kind it is, though. Does anybody here know? Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

What a pretty blue flower. I don’t know what kind it is, though. Does anybody here know?
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

Bluish water, white dog, and red harness.  Bam!  Patriotic colors. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

Bluish water, white dog, and red harness. Bam! Patriotic colors.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

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2 thoughts on “Picture Post Part Six: The Ol’ Red, White, and Blue

  1. That closeup of the flower is awesome. And that really is interesting about the cherries! (Btw, did I tell you the boys went fly fishing two weekends ago?)

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